SDA school brings learning to Mañagaha


On March 17, around 200 individuals from the Saipan Seventh-Day Adventist School ventured to Managaha Island for a day of outdoor school.

Parents, teachers, and students alike enjoyed a variety of presentations about marine debris and from the Bureau of Environmental and Coastal Quality, Micronesia Islands Nature Alliance, the Sea Turtle Program of the Department of Lands and Natural Resources, Conservation Enforcement of the Division of Fish and Wildlife, and the National Parks Service.

The presenters shared information about conservation and gave students insight into the history of Saipan and the responsibility that residents and visitors share to maintain the history and preserve the wildlife found on Saipan.

After a morning full of learning the students enjoyed a picnic lunch and headed out to play in the water before catching the boat back to Saipan. (PR)

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